Riots strike Britain as Home Office protects corrupt police officers

Investigative journalist Simon Tomlin asked the Home Office to authorise an anti-corruption investigation into Notts Police by an outside force but the Home Secretary Theresa May blocked his request to save face and protect corrupt police officers. In March 2011, Theresa May visited Nottm and gave the police a 'clean' bill of health. To save face, the Home Secretary refuses to investigate police corruption and the ROTTEN Establishment wonder why Britain has been rocked with vicious riots...